The Nones will be discussing abuse of Homeschooling by Creationists like Ken Ham as the top speaker at The Texas Homeschool Coalition’s Convention Houston this August. He will be hawking AIG’s brand of Creationism to families that think that it is right to deny evolution. Yes Creationists do still exist in large numbers especially in Texas. Ham saw my blog about him, and went on his Facebook and encouraged people to bring their kids, so they can hear the “truth of God.” We will have Vic Wang of Humanists of Houston on to talk about what can be done about it. We also have Neeley, secular home schooler from Secular View, on joining us to talk about the stigma this creates for the majority of well meaning homeschoolers. Link to the live stream at 12:00 PM CSTon Youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZSezCRaItjw
Answer to Ken Ham on Homeschooling and Creationists
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Lilandra's Proudest Accomplishments are:
(In no particular order)
*Writing and Producing Living Science Videos with Aron Ra based on the Next Generation Science Standards.
*Teaching Science and Language Arts in Texas public schools
*Assisting science teachers with the Next Generation Science Standards as a Curriculum Specialist
*Organizing the Texas Freethought Coalition an alliance of secular regional and student community groups all over Texas.
*Founding member of the Secular Asian Community
*Organizing a demonstration that Answers in Genesis is not a proper curriculum for homeschoolers. An angry creationist group demanded that we not be allowed to have an event at the Houston Museum of Natural Science to prove that Creationism is not actually science.
Also, reminding Ken Ham he is an ape. http://tfninsider.org/2013/07/31/creationist-demands-that-houston-museum-ban-atheists-and-science-supporters/
*Speaking about herself in the third person.